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Cashman Discusses Pitching Imbalance; Johnson and Mussina the Only Ones with ‘Sure Spots’ In Starting Rotation
Tuesday, December 06, 2005
With all the talk of the Yankees’ lack of relief pitching, it is good to hear Cashman mention that he hasn’t forgotten about the dilemma. In a recent interview on MLB.com, Cashman noted that with the signings Sturtze and Farnsworth the Yanks now have a ten-man pitching roster - - seven of whom are starters. According to Cashman, the only pitchers “assured” of starting spots are Mussina and Unit, which leaves Chacon, Small, Wright, Pavano, and Wang to fight for the other three spots. The two who do not make the cut will be shifted to relief spots. He also mentioned that they will likely be adding at least one, if not two, additional pitcher before the start of the season.

This news actually makes me feel a bit more confident about our pitching rotation. While Wright did let down some people last year, I’d be happy to see him in the bullpen. Relief duty could also give Small and Chacon the opportunity to possibly be even better than they were as starters. At this point, I’d just like the Yanks to sign one more solid long-reliever. Mike Myers is available, and I’d even be happy to see Paul Quantrill back in NY with a reasonable contract.
posted by Yankees Chick @ Tuesday, December 06, 2005  
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